ARMY & NAVY: Son's Sword


Next to having a son decorated for bravery in battle—and fathers do not hanker for battles for their sons—it" is pleasing to a U. S. fighting man to have a son take graduating honors at West Point or Annapolis. Such was the pacific pleasure last week of Rear Admiral William A. Moffett, desk chief of the Navy's air forces. Other midshipmen graduated last week by the U. S. Naval Academy took prizes for excellence in navigation, high standing in special studies, knowledge of current events, skill with small sailing craft, and well expressed ideas on thrift. Brisk,...

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